From fast food, to pizza, to an oriental grocery store, health inspectors dealt three strike outs to food establishments this week. While they were sent back to the dugout, our only Food for Thought top performer rounded the bases. If you're a Home Plate Diner fan, here's something to cheer about: the Home Plate at 5812 34th Street had a perfect inspection this month with no critical violations.
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At the ball game, it's three strikes and your out and health inspectors dealt this week's first strike to the Burger King at 2002 50th Street. Burger King had four critical violations:
Other violations include: heavily soiled ceiling tiles and ice machines, plus a heavily soiled vent hood. All critical violations were corrected on site.
Strike two this week... Pinocchio's pizza at 5015 University. Pinocchio's had six critical violations at the time of their last inspection:
Other violations include: soiled walls, floors and ceilings and hair restraints were needed for long hair. NewsChannel 11 spoke with the manager of Pinocchio's. He said all violations have been corrected and kept up with since the time of inspection.
Strike three comes after a whopping eight critical violations for the Oriental Market at 4220 50th Street:
Other violations include heavily soiled floors, cooling units, walls, and ceilings. Management for the oriental market could not be reached for comment.